UKC Rebrands To Arch
Posted on 22nd March 2012 | Tagged with: Social
UKC Design have newly been rebranded to Arch.
We recently moved to larger offices in the Baltic Business Quarter, and have re-named ourselves to better reflect the diverse internet-based work we now handle. The firm was set up in 2005 as UKC Design, originally providing web design services to UK athletics clubs.
Arch’s Senior Designer Andy Syson said: “This is a really exciting time for the company as its re-branding shows how far it has come since the early days of offering basic web design services.
"With the name-change, we hope to better position ourselves where Arch stands today, as a technology-orientated web development company which holds a set of products and services to sell to its customers, and which - through an innovation engine - continues to develop and deploy new products.
"It’s even more rewarding to think that we’re doing so well in today’s market and economic situation. Not only have we stayed successful in the market, but we have continued to trade very strongly."
Arch is targeting a turnover rise of more than 60% this year, largely due to new contracts including children’s cartoon company Chuggington.
We are also on the hunt for new developers.